I didn't make a mistake when I wrote this post title. DrSocial wants to finish every penny in the bank! My website, drsocial.org provides free healthcare services to the US community (this is the serious and useful part of the website). The funny part is that I decided to donate $1 to medical research associations for every sign up to my website. We all have applauded Zuckerberg for his huge brain in creating Facebook, I am trying to get an applause for my heart in creating DrSocial. No joke! I do not even know how to code in visual basic, but I know that my idea is right and I am happy to financially die to see the birth of DrSocial.
Could you please help me out?
Check it out for yourself at: DrSocial.org
DrSocial® is the world's most advanced site for medical reviews, enabling patients to plan and obtain the perfect medical visit. DrSocial offers advice from real patients.
The founder, Dr. Niccolò Trentanove, was perusing the internet in 2011 to find a pediatrician for his children. He wanted to find a caregiver who was: (1) a physician with highly regarded credentials; (2) an expert in his children’s specific medical conditions; (3) a pediatrician who provided excellent outcomes according to both patients and the clinic; and (4) the doctor had to be kind.
Dr. Trentanove identified that none of the websites provided him with enough information to entrust his child’s health to the physicians with the expectation of excellent treatment. In addition, he noted a high prevalnce of significant bias in the physician evaluations.
At DrSocial, our mission is to:
(1) Help patients plan the perfect physician visit and ultimately improve patient outcomes as measured by multiple domains across multiple specialties.
(2) Improve the patient-physician experience through improved coordination of care. This will begin before the doctor visit and continue after the visit.
(3) Create a sustainable healthcare environment with aims to help find a cure and better treatments for diseases. Create a sustainable healthcare system by funding medical research.